Allison Rapp is a New York City-based music and culture journalist. Her work has appeared in Brooklyn Magazine, City Limits and more. She tweets at @allisonrapp22
17 Rock Stars Who Haven’t Returned From COVID-19 Lockdown Yet
Live rock music is returning ... slowly.
Steely Dan Announce 2021 U.S. Tour and New Live Albums
Tour will launch in October, just after release of two LPs.
When the Grateful Dead Helped Lithuania Win Olympic Bronze
Basketball team got a miracle in 1992 thanks to the American jam band.
Kansas Founder and Violinist Robby Steinhardt Dead at 71
He was working on a new solo album at the time of his death.
Bob Dylan Delivers Intimate Virtual Concert, ‘Shadow Kingdom’
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to see Bob Dylan play live in a speakeasy, 'Shadow Kingdom' offers a glimpse.
When Eagles Joined Richard Marx: Book Excerpt
In his new memoir, singer recounts the time three superstar band members helped out on breakthrough single "Don't Mean Nothing."
10 Facts About Fleetwood Mac’s 1975 Self-Titled Album
This wasn't a debut album but with new members and a new musical direction, it could just as well have been.
Journey’s Neal Schon to Auction Off More Than 100 Guitars
"I've experienced them all. And it's time to share that experience with others."
Bruce Springsteen’s Daughter to Compete at 2021 Olympic Games
Jessica Springsteen will appear on the U.S. equestrian team next month in Tokyo.
Listen to Journey’s New Single ‘The Way We Used to Be’
Song serves as band's first new music in a decade.
Elton John Announces Final 2022 U.S. Tour Dates
Shows will be the legend's last stateside performances before retiring from the road.
New ‘Bob Dylan: Odds and Ends’ Film Collects Early Footage
Digital release collects archival scenes, documentary outtakes and more from the '60s and '70s.
Latest Rock Hall of Fame Candidates: Five Best 2022 Options
The 2022 nominations won't arrive for some time, but it's good to be prepared.
How Tom Petty’s ‘Learning to Fly’ Became a Quiet Redemption Song
Lead single from 'Into the Great Wide Open' presented a subtle spirit of determination.
Van Morrison Announces New U.S. Tour Dates
The tour will begin this fall and continue into 2022.
10 Musicians Who Have Switched Instruments
For these artists, flexibility was key.